NCGA PLUS

NOV 2018

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NOVEMBER 2018 2 RENEWAL TIME Don't forget to renew your NCGA membership for 2019. 3 TOPGOLF CRUSH Topgolf and Giants Enterprises are going to give you the chance to crush balls at AT&T Park. 4 NIGHT OF HONORS The NCGA's eighth Hall of Fame class was inducted in a ceremony at Porter's in the Forest at Poppy Hills GC. 6 PREPPING FOR THE RULES CHANGE Golf's new Rules for 2019 will be presented in a number of formats. Get a free copy of the new Rules book. 7 GOLDEN SHORES Puerto Rico's Dorado Beach, a Ritz Carlton Reserve, is back shining brightly after Hurricane Maria. 8 GET YOUR BIDS IN Bidding for the annual Youth on Course online auction begins Nov. 11 and ends Nov. 15. 10 BEACH PARTY Junior Tour of Northern California members Matthew Sutherland and Yena Jang were focal parts of the PURE Insurance Championship at Pebble Beach Golf Links and Poppy Hills GC. 11 CALENDAR On the Tee: November Like Father, Like Son Kevin Tway, the son of 1986 PGA Championship winner Bob Tway, made three straight birdies in a playoff to win October's Safeway Open and claim his first PGA Tour title. The 30-year-old Tway (seen here after his winning 10-foot putt) beat Ryan Moore and Brandt Snedeker at Silverado Resort after the three finished regulation tied at 14-under 274. Immediately after his victory, Tway was asked what he thought his father's reaction would be. "I think he's probably crying to be honest," Tway replied. "He's probably the biggest person I lean on. I can't wait to call him." AP

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